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Are minors allowed to work under the table with no taxes taken out of their pay?

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  • Are minors allowed to work under the table with no taxes taken out of their pay?


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Answer #1 | 18/10 2014 05:22
There is ONE legal exception. If you are a student, working on campus and expect to make less than $6200, you can put exempt on the W-4 and nothing will be withheld.
Answer #2 | 18/10 2014 14:20
NOT LEGALLY to be doing this at that time and for that purpose. Tax evasion at that time and for that purpose by both parties when the MINOR does go along with it during that tax year. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 10/18/2014
Answer #3 | 18/10 2014 06:17
no
Answer #4 | 18/10 2014 16:06
No.
Answer #5 | 18/10 2014 16:07
No one is.
Answer #6 | 18/10 2014 04:51
No
Answer #7 | 18/10 2014 04:49
Nope but that doesn't stop anyone from doing it..
Answer #8 | 19/10 2014 01:23
Not legal for anyone, regardless of age.
Answer #9 | 20/10 2014 04:45
Not legally
Answer #10 | 18/10 2014 07:20
NOT LEGALLY to be doing this at that time and for that purpose. Tax evasion at that time and for that purpose by both parties when the MINOR does go along with it during that tax year. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 10/18/2014
Answer #11 | 17/10 2014 23:17
no
Answer #12 | 17/10 2014 21:51
No
Answer #13 | 17/10 2014 22:22
There is ONE legal exception. If you are a student, working on campus and expect to make less than $6200, you can put exempt on the W-4 and nothing will be withheld.
Answer #14 | 18/10 2014 09:06
No.
Answer #15 | 18/10 2014 09:07
No one is.
Answer #16 | 17/10 2014 21:49
Nope but that doesn't stop anyone from doing it..
Answer #17 | 19/10 2014 21:45
Not legally
Answer #18 | 18/10 2014 18:23
Not legal for anyone, regardless of age.

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